IACUC Forms

All individuals planning to conduct activities involving nonhuman vertebrate animals must submit the Application for Use of Animals in Research and Teaching. Since the IACUC includes faculty members, reviews conducted during the summer months will require more time than during the academic year.

Researchers must submit one electronic copy to iacuc@appstate.edu and a signed copy of the last page of the Application for Use of Animals.

Animal Care and Use regulations require that approved IACUC protocols must be periodically reviewed. Appalachian requires an annual review until the third year, which requires a de novo, or new full review.

Any proposed changes to approved animal use requires an IACUC review. No new activities can be conducted on non human vertebrate animals without the IACUC’s documented approval of those activities.

Form Purpose Version Date
Annual Review/Protocol Amendment Application (now a combined document) (doc 155 KB)

Use this form to initiate the annual review process, and/or if you have changes to the approved protocol.

04/19/2011
IACUC Initial Application (doc 221 KB)

This form is used to initiate an IACUC review for any new research, teaching, or demonstration activities where non human vertebrate animals are used.

03/18/2016
OHS Form for Faculty/Staff (pdf 345.97 KB)

Before you complete this form, be sure you have completed the required online species-specific training provided by Appalachian State on either the CITI site or the IACUC Community AsULearn site. If you have questions about the form, please contact iacuc@appstate.edu or call Research Protections at 2692. The completed form must be cleared by the Appalachian District Health Department or your medical provider.

10/15/2014
OHS Form for Students Updated 7/8/2014 (pdf 255.74 KB)

This form is for students who have paid their student health fee.  If you have questions about the form, please contact iacuc@appstate.edu or call Research Protections at 2692. The completed form must be cleared by Student Health Services before student can work with animals.  Please visit the Policies & Guidelines page for more information.

07/08/2014

Contact

Director of Research Protections
Robin Tyndall
828-262-2692
tyndallrs@appstate.edu

Assistant Director of Research Protections
Monica Molina
828-262-4060
molinamm@appstate.edu

Assistant Director of IACUC and IBC Programs
Shante' Mathes
828-262-2901
mathessc@appstate.edu

Compliance Coordinator
William Ward
828-262-2721
wardwb@appstate.edu

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